Providence University College and Theological Seminary
We Love Where We Live
As you arrive on our 100-acre campus, you notice our iconic bell tower rising prominently over prairie fields of canola and corn. Relax and study in our new residence with views overlooking a winding, tree-lined river. Our campus is rural and peaceful, but only 30-minutes from the city of Winnipeg.
Learning happens best in community. Since Providence offers a student experience with smaller class sizes and professors who know you by name, you will be able to establish a network of close-knit mentors and friends.
Whether you’re attending a chapel service, joining in a residence activity, watching a Pilots game, performing in a choir/band, participating in student leadership, or serving others through field education, you will grow and learn in a supportive and diverse community.
Undergraduate Degrees & Majors
At Providence, you can earn a three-year or a four-year Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or Bachelor of Theology (BTh). You can choose a major in Aviation, Business, Biology, Health Science, Psychology, TESOL and more!
Top Five Programs
Members of the CCAA, MCAC, NCCAA and NIAC leagues, the Providence Pilots travel extensively across Canada and the US to compete in basketball, volleyball, soccer, and futsal. Our full-time coaches will mentor you in your athletic abilities as well as in your faith and leadership skills.
Program Feature: BSc in Health Science
A BSc in Health Science is one of Providence’s newest majors, offering foundational courses in biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy, genetics (and more) to help you find your discipline of choice.
“At Providence, you’re more than a number. You know everybody by name. It’s a tight knit community. That’s what kept me here…the connections I made with professors, coaches, and peers.”
— Kaitlyn Warkentine, BSc in Biology 2021
Contact our friendly Enrollment team at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit prov.ca/admissions to learn more, and check out this video!